The wiki page lists these two:
- TextWrangler – a free, but powerful, plain text editor that has syntax support for HTML. Also includes a powerful RegEx (Grep) find and replace tool.
- BlueGriffon – a free, but powerful, WYSIWYG content editor powered by Gecko, the rendering engine of Firefox. It has very powerful and easy-to-use table design/layout/editing, and WYSIWYG setting of CSS and form element properties. It also has direct HTML code editing.
- Wiki editors: please add HTML editors you have found that work well.
TextWrangler has become BBEdit.
Beside BBEdit, I also use Atom, Brackets, and Visual Studio Code. All are free. I usually use different editors for different projects, so that when I open a certain editor, it opens that project by default. I don't have to switch between different projects. For instance,
- Atom is linked with the Github server to sync a html website hosted there,
- Brackets is linked with a ftp server to sync some coded files there,
- VSC is mainly used for the Custom HTML Prompt files which are stored locally, and
- BBEdit is used for a string translation project and as a temporary txt file editor (it's fast to launch and it has a separate search window).
Are there any other good text Editors?